Tuesday, April 28, 2015 Iyyar 9, 5775

A gimmick to engage or a real disclosure?
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Philippe Grimbert's Memory , which comes billed as a novel, yet one undeniably based in fact, also comes laden with a number of plaudits and prizes, all of them listed prominently on the cover. We are told that the book was a bestseller in France, the winner of the prestigious Prix Goncourt, winner of Elle magazine's readers' prize and winner...
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They ain't the pits!
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Ethel Hofman
Stone fruits come into their own in the summer. Sure, we can get apricots, plums and peaches trucked or shipped in from California, Chile and overseas practically year-round. But there are no apricots, peaches, plums or nectarines that have the exquisite, honey-like flavors of locally grown produce in their prime season. Visit farmer's markets and stores that display local produce...
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A writer and producer, his wife, his dog — and his big break
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Like so many other American families in the 1980s, ours fell in love with Michael J. Fox the minute he took up the role of Alex P. Keaton on "Family Ties," one of those classic TV sitcoms that grew better with each season. If anyone was born to play a part, it was Fox; the role fit him like a...
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Life at that grand old namesake: Grossinger's
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Visiting the Catskills these days -- that swath of greenery and deep shade where the great Jewish-owned resorts once reigned supreme -- is a depressing journey back into the recent past. The region is not just economically depressed; it's like touring a string of ever more deserted ghost towns. And as is the nature of most ghost towns, you can...
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antor David F. Tilman, Jewish Exponent Feature
In just a few weeks -- on Sept. 1 -- Jeremy Rothman, a 31-year-old Philadelphia native, will join the Philadelphia Orchestra as vice president for artistic planning, beginning a new path for the first time in eight years, during which time he has served the Baltimore Symphony, the last four in the same capacity he will fill at the Philadelphia...
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